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Atos’ BullSequana S server validated for Google Cloud’s Anthos

Atos’ BullSequana S server validated for Google Cloud’s Anthos

Atos, global leader in digital transformation, announces at Google Next ’19 UK, that its BullSequana S servers are now validated to run Google Cloud’s Anthos for multi and hybrid cloud environments.

With this validation, Atos expands its capabilities on Google Cloud’s Anthos to include implementation services, consulting, and solutions, as well as hardware support to run Anthos.

“We’re delighted to have received this validation to run Anthos on our BullSequana S server.” said Wim Los, Senior Vice President, Enhanced Google Alliance at Atos. “We can now offer our customers an Anthos-ready and validated infrastructure stack to support them in transforming and migrating their applications to the Cloud.”

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The BullSequana S is the most agile, scalable and open platform on the market. It combines exceptional performance with unparalleled agility and generates efficiencies at every level.

The BullSequana S800 recently set a world-record by becoming the highest-performing server on the market for use in SAP environments, as measured on SAP Benchmark test*.

Atos was awarded the Google Cloud Global Breakthrough Partner of the Year earlier this year, in recognition of the outstanding growth in its customer base over the last year to extend the reach of the Google Cloud ecosystem.

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